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'''Barbara Massie Mouly''' serves on the [[Albemarle County School Board]], representing the [[White Hall Magisterial District]]. She is a 1967 graduate of [[Albemarle High School]].  
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'''Barbara Massie Mouly''' serves on the [[Albemarle County School Board]], representing the [[White Hall Magisterial District]]. She is a 1967 graduate of [[Albemarle High School]]. She was named Vice Chair of the School Board in January 2014.  
  
 
==Election history==
 
==Election history==

Revision as of 15:05, 22 January 2014

Barbara Massie Mouly

Electoral District White Hall
Term Start 2004

Vice Chair
Electoral District White Hall
Term Start 2014

Biographical Information

Alma mater College of William and Mary, University of Maryland, George Mason University

Barbara Massie Mouly serves on the Albemarle County School Board, representing the White Hall Magisterial District. She is a 1967 graduate of Albemarle High School. She was named Vice Chair of the School Board in January 2014.

Election history

Mouly has twice run successfully for the White Hall seat on the school board. She will be a candidate again in 2011. [1]

2007 election

Candidate Votes %
Barbara Massie Mouly 3,767 99.13
Write-In 33 0.87

2003 election

Candidate Votes %
Barbara R. Massie 2,408 63.87
Louise C. Ward 1,358 36.02
Write-In 4 0.11
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[2]

References

  1. Web. Massie Mouly Seeking Another Albemarle School Board Term, Henry Graff, NBC29, May 19, 2011, retrieved May 19, 2011.
  2. "General Election- November 4, 2003." Virginia State Board of Elections. 23 June 2009 <http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/ElectionResults/2003/nov/003.htm>.